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CAL I RT EUIGENCE iKPTEMBElt 10 1S80 . Army, division of telegrams and re for the benerit of commerce and fgri for the week ending Sept. 8 188^ : Lkwiston f. T. Bnrum. Th*r. Hum. H'tW Hnin Weather. 29.844 29.865 29.823 29.782 29.717 29.770 i 29.792 »2 ; Wj 4; .01 Clear 12 l W| 2! .02 Clear 13 I W1 ij .02 jClear >7 i W| 21 .01 Clear H I SW! 1; .03 'Clear 18 : NWi I! .04 IFair 19 : N W |1 ! 02 ICleàr WiMLKY Blak.*, Pvt. Sig.Corps U. f*. A. 1*1 one «ending four cadi »crlber» to (lie TELLER II receive (lie TELLER for e year. _ tri __ WEATHER REPORT. - Department, Signal Service United | for was to a as to lethodist Episcopal Church services at 1 school house every Sabbath at 11 o'clock •lid 7i P. m. prayer meeting Thurs «vo., 7 j o'clock. All services are pub Sud all are invited. j. W. RrotiY. Phstor. Lewiston Is Composed ot Two ferries. Three hotels. One minister. Nine saloons. One saw-mill. Two bakeries. One brewery. Seven lawyers. Two restaurants. Two flour mills. Two drug houses. Three physicans. Oue public school. One butcher-sluip. Two jeVelry stores. Three livery stables. Two millinery stores. One hardware stnro. Two quasi churches. Two furniture stores. Oue veterinary surgeon. Oue boot and shoe store. Three agricultural bouses. One bank and assay house. Oue tannery and brick yard. .Seven merchandizing houses. Ploasant weather. Thieves are intruding. Very dull times in Lewiston. Lewiston is awake to business. Plenty of plum9 in the market. Coeur d'Alene lake has a littl^ steamer. Social hop last uiglit at Masonic Hall was well attended. Earnest Weisgerber's boy is very low with fever. Head the closing out sale of J. C. Baldwin, in sqetUer oaljwun. Democratic county convention in Lewis ton October 13th, 1880. Cucumbers double np and die in the mar ket. \r. M Sally Ruddy's private school is now c '*y' Doctor Moxley received last Week a l»rp e invoice of new drugs. Thanks to J. X. Lindsay for a bunch of fine watermelons. Almut 80 Qhinamen are now at work en larging the Brearley ditch. Wm. E. Timberlake of tl& Raymond House is recovering from his recent illness. Democrat precincts hold their elections on the 2nd of October, 1880. 4&o^itour Stiles,Esq. of this eiV was rusti cating near Elk City; now home. T. S. Billings, the mayor of this city has and Cruz. ing" to by and us to at put up a vwdcl fence iu front of his house. | j Union Sunday school at the s.hool house every Sunday. Sheriff Çajrd has gone to Borne to deposite tl)f.|wktfc»l proxies. The work of enlarging the Brearly ditch has commenced. A good ringing master is wanted in this city to orgkbizQ a glass. Read "Ole Abe's" letter from Pierce City, it is prime. I run between Pakmsc arid uriit All burines» men of this city arc for free ferries, brid ges, Ac. The new military pe*t " talked of being buM on Waha Prairie. General Howard favors the location. E. W. Leland of Palouse has opened a feed and livery stable in this city. See his jB#d, 1*3 . ..._■ • Work is progressing on ths new Prcsbyte i church, the building will probably be ' ^ .rriSdi'TÄy l«t with The Spokan___ • gabt Ä*»bef M p**««ngeH and 60 tuas of freight. Capt Stump was m eommand W S. C. _ . . , ... I Tuesday on tba steamer Spokan from their , tri > below I * ' _____ I C. C. Bunnell artived home last week and 1 Goorgo Glass has just received a largo in voice of boots and shoes, among them tho Garfield slipper. L. P. Brown and J. H. Robinson were selected delegates to Republican territorial convention from Idaho County. ______ Mai. Traax and family left on the Almota for Walla Walla, where they will reside. Soiry to lose so good a family. A. Leland #nd wife arrived homo last was not injured by being thrown from wagon as rumored. Miss Lillie Phinuey, Mary Lydon; Anna McGrane and Mary McCormick, have gone to Walla Walla to the Sisters school. Capt. Smith has his three million and a half feet of timber down the Clearwarer as far as Cottonwood from the north fork, Mrs. Billings has returned from her visit, ' to Mt. Idaho, accompanied by her daughter i Mrs. Morris.___ ______ I Before J. K. Vincent, recorder, two cases j for using obscene language on the street i each fined $5. and cost. 1 An exchange says : "Thé Lewiston girls make good preserves." That is false as su gar has no effect upon them and bcsideä they j nevér could bo boiled down. A Colfax girl while recently bathing in Medical lake stepped on a shoal of trout tind one fish got away alive. Grostein A Biunard are erecting a 'largo store house aud granary opposite Brearley's ! mill. __ .Ton Work.—W o are now pruprred to do ; all kinds of job work, at reduced rates, , and of the most approved styles, of posters, j bill heads, all kinds of cards, letter heads, : tags, etc., etc., Morrill's minstrels last Friday and Satur day evenings gave a couple of very enjoya ble entertainments to a large and apprecia tive audiance. Siucc Lewiston has been fenced in by the high tariff the richness of the soil of the public street is verified by the sprouting of succulaut grasses. Washington Delegate. —Walla Walla Sept. 10.—A. Leland.—Allen withdrew, favor of Brentz, who received thirty-five majority first ballot. Steamer Almota arrived yesterday morn ing with about 15 toii3 of freight. Mr. Brearley shipped finite a lot of his Hour be low on the same boat. j j : j That Snake River Lime for sale by A. Quaekenbush lsnronoumxilcquann and purity to either the San Juan or Santa ; Cruz. the rivers Great excitement at the Wednesday even ing" mass meeting, everybody wild and clamorous for free transit across to this city. Many and eloqÿiênA^êre thô speeches 01 , j Wednesday evening in this city drawn out j by the burdens of distress on account of j Lewiston having been locked up by the cx_ | horbitant ferriage system so long in force. Cries of "stop thief" come up from the farmers south of Lewiston on account of broken wire fonces, stolen grain, hay, tools and various other articles; that go to assure us that thieves at e locating among us On Sabbath Sept. 19th there will he scr vices held by the regular ageut of the Amer ican Bible Society at tlie school house. All persons uncreated in the cause are iuvited to be present. Sunday School meeting for the organiza tion of Union Sabbath School will be held at the school house Sabbath Sept. 12th i»r mediately after morning service. All are ipvited. _ __ School district No. 1 elected on Monday last tho following named trustees : Nelson Brearley, ). N. Lindsay, the third was a tickets in the field. tie. There were two j u j ge Kami was appointed for the third trustee. School will ojien Oct. 1 st. The new school district No! 29 compris ing the lower portion of the city, west of 5th street elected the following named trus tees : A. Damas, A. Binnard and C. P. Cohurn. School will open Oct- 1st. Alex Zachery had laid upon our table a ' fine specimen of coal from bis newly discov- I ered mine near Chapman's mill on the Clear- j water river. j brought 1 James Créa of Camas Prairie was ' insane to this city Thur». lay and conveyed by steamer by bis son J. W. Crca to Port- , laud. Last April he was kicked by a horse bis head was knocked against the stall and his brain injured. 1 ! A large ware house is being built on the Snake just below Lewiston for the accom modate» of farmers from the northern , coantry who arc obliged to avi.id the hign I I «'tbey' dont ^p i« I "Po-ve them and priced ferriage to this city . _ Noticb. —I hereby notify those jiersors who have been running my stock lately and running them particularly on Sunday that their religious deceptions. H. Cuites. Idaho County Democratic Nomixa ions. —J H. Forney, council; E. B. True, W ■ T. Gerton, representative ; J. Bowers, probate judge ; T. J. Rhodes, Sheriff ; VV. S. M. \yiUiaina, auditor; Wm. Bnird, treas urer ; V. J. Rainy, assesor ; 11. F.Morris, C. Case, \Y m-, Cdi'aui, dbtegatoii to territorial convention. Bloodless Oi-lrasion.—D octors Keiiy and Staiuton extiaUfei a pistol ball from the right groin of Cecil Mack, Thursday morning last. The ball eutered his leg , . , , aliout a week ago from an accidental dis charge of a pistol in his pocket. And on Wednesday last M. C. Dillon had his right heel amputated taking therefrom a cancer ous jiertuberanoc carted by his froren feet several years ago in Montana. J. 11. II. The New Post.—M aj. Francis Town, Capt. Spiirgin and Lieut. Symons are the board of officers appointed to meet at Fort Lapwai and from there to make an examin ation of the neighboring country with a view to the selection of a sit* for the build ' n S ü * new military post to take the place of Fort Lapwai aud Camp Howard. They ar rived at Lapwai on tho second aud convened 011 tlic öth and arc now examining the coun try. It * s rumored among our city folks that tho officers at the Fort are very much opposed to tho change. • A little unpleasantness has baen brewing for tho f° w weeks botweeu our saloon rner ! chants and tiie city authorities in regard to keeping female help and allowing its acoom panyments to the annoyance of the public. Several arrests have been made and fines imposed upon some of our liquor merchants and now two of them aie contesting the sit uation with each other in the display of arms, high words aud other like exhibitions. I Cits Council. Lewiston, Kept. 7 1880. At a regular meeting of the council this day, present T.S. Billings, Mayor; C. G, Kress, 0. Weisgerber, G. Glass, council; J. K. Vincent clerk; Geo. Young, Marshal. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. The com mittee cn finance report that they have interviewed Mr. Sileott in regard to the purchase of the ferries, and his price for the two ferries is $15,000. On motion the Mayor was instructed to iriVito the citizens and tax payers to meet at the court house on Wed lies j day eve. Sept. 8 1880 dt 1 past 7 j o'clock, to take such steps as they may : deem advisable to establish free ferri>-s j into the city of Lewiston. On motion the council adjourned until Monday tiie l.c-r, oleot t ( of ing O' Ht l rit S. on.k 'lofin ; e\c. .topi. 20th L b. Attest. J. K. Vi y i Clerk. I.otter from War re m I j WASHINGTON, Idaho, Sept. 1, 1880. j EDITOR TELLER Maj. bunderaon, j all old titiu: resident of our community | | was found dead near his cabin this | moru ;„g. Tho indic-Vions were that j he walked oil' a bridge on his way | home tho night, hut ouc previous and | re( .,.; ve j 3UC ) l injuries that he perished, j j £ aee aiu( j l( . a i V ( . le considerably bruised and he lay partly in a small 3tmu „ ,,f water. a His death was evi dently accidental, but precisely liow it occured cannot iff course be known. Not being seen about town during the dav, search was made for him this morning with result above stated. He was one of our pioneers and for a long time a prominent citizen, and Ida sad end has cast an unwonted gloom over this community and left a void that cannot he filled. May bis a»b=» rest in pe,ce. N. B. Willey. The Columbia river rises iu latitude CO degre.s and 20 minutes north, and after forming a series of lakes, takes in tho waters of the Kootenai, Spokaa, Okanagan, Chelan, Spake, Wenachee, Yakima, Valla Valla, Methow, Palouse, Clearwater, Umatilla, John Day, Deschutes, Klickitat, Willamette and Cowlitz, besides half a hundred lesser gtrci , n3 . Jt drains an enormous region of coun try, embracing seventeen degrees of lat itu( i ei an ,l „early ns many of longitude ; the great stream emtying into the ocean iu latitude 40 degrees aud 8 minutes and lun gitmie 1-4. gan A citizen of Grand Rapid», Miclii thinking he had a cancer of the stomach abstained from food for 65 | days. After death it was discovered , ! that h>s brain was tho only diseased i G , part of hi m. I ^ ^ DeHughs, a methodist minis tor, aud publisher of the Christian lierait!, suicided by jumping from the ferry boat, recently, while crossing from Camden to Philadelphia. Gnat deeds arc- immortal. List or Lettrrs Uncalled for in the Lewiston Post Offr'r.—M artin Aron, Ben j. Ayres, Chas. Blaney, John Berry, Tim or Denis Blake, <}. Briuer, J. II. Bar nard, B. C. Boyer, Sam Connelly, John T. Campbell, Ben Cruiiston, E. D. Coleman, Miss. Endy Coon, John Dowling, Abner Drunim, Robert Crouud, Catherine Gibson, J. M. Groves, J. If. Green, Mathias Web ber, J. J. Williams, Andrew M. Holen, W. 11. Heaton, J. A. Lawrence, T. D. Ran sen Meraz, Harvey Morrow, Andy J. McQuadc, Charles Pr*tt, Th oints Roche, J. H. Robin son, T. F. Riley, Jölin 1'. -Spence, John Siience, Satliuei Spencer B. F. Show, John II. Sipiire, Dane! M. Toiler, Robert Toams, Win. Vernon, J. T. Vancleave, Pilghman Vanrleve. IN I lift DflNtt TO CLOSE MY BUSINESS, IN LEWISTON, I SHALL OFFER IV*Y STOCK -OF— General Merchandise. ---AT-- ' Reduced Prices, ill |>ai (Ich Indebted (o it c will [tleusc make Immediate pay ment. J. C. IULtïWi*. Lewiston, Sept. 6th 1880. 48tf NOTICE IS II ER El; Y GIVEN 10 TUE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS K DIFFERENT PF.E'TSTS OF 1'orco county. I. T., flint tbiy encl uul ) laoes OS' Voting in their respcc tiie precincts on the second dny (2d; of Ooto l.c-r, 18811, nt ^ o'clock p. in. ol said day to oleot their ileUgntc'i to iitici'.J n t-oilbt;. curivcn n to to held in I cniston "n the thirteenth tilth) day of Octoh. r, 1880, for the J urposc of ni'iniuiiting county officers. Each neiîinct I «la* entitled to the follow ing number of delegate« in said convention to O' l In rit : Gerunge... .....4. Camnfi cn eh Pilleuse ...... Lowi.-ton............HL Pino Creek .. PfeTiAilUc ..............8. Pot In toll...... By ri der i>f central ei muiittec. S. C. lluicniNUS, Chair ic; A. Payas Secretary PROBATE JUDGE. I atinotincb iny«e If ns a candidate for this office: J. K. VINCENT has ern JOSEPH S. FINCH'S DÜU1U.KD DISTILLED RYE WHISKEY S or ilk'ilital U«c »( ^OXLEY'S DRUGSTORE. lOHf BRlGABLUYy .5 2 A.r\xvi<:i*. DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO CHECK, AND INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. Eii) a lui Sell Exchange, anil Collections made on all points. OFFICIO: Ori Main street at head of s oud, loewiston. I. T. 4UU S of a Union | , i -ASK KOlt -- India Rubber Co's Pare Purft Gum CRACK PROOF IllItZTR BOOTS amt COATS. BFWA11E up IMITATIONS ! lie faro the'Boots are stampc-l PltAt'K I'lltlOt' on the hoc!», aud lirvo the I'UltH G I'M SP/llXGS on Ihc f ot and instep, which prevent their ernokimt or hrenkin/. will last twice as long as any tured. FOR SAI.lt TU r ALL DKALKKS. ALL KINDS LlilUF.Il BELTING, PACK ISO, HOSE, SPRINGS. ( I.OTIIINO BOOTS AND SHOES, Etc., (Goodyear Rubber Co It. If. rr.ASE, Jr. 1 V Agent r, S. hi. RUNY9N, ) Z.r, 3m Snn Frsotiseo. They utber mamifi.« J. ALEXANDER "Vholess'e and Retail Dealer <3-E3STES.A.X. Li; wist«*, i. t. I He Will Prove THAT WE KEEP Â BETTER ASSORTMENT; ,\ CKIÜT11 VAR1B1Ï » AND ARE SELLING GOODS LOWER -THAN------- ANY OTHER HOUSE IN NEZ PERCE C00NTÏ, COME AND TRY ITS* W. .T. McCONNEI.1, Ac CO., „ 41tf Moscow Idaho to CLEARANCE SALE!! J. J. BONNER, DKALKR I.V—• All kind, if OILS, VARNISHES, ATLANTIC end PIONEER WHIT E LÜ WINDOW GLASS, WALL PATEU. BORDERS, WINDOW Mil DOORS, WINDOWS. COA1, OIL, fite., &4ol<I at Lowest Prices, For JBS9 *Next door to Poit Offic«, LewUton, T. T.*^B2vv ËAD, URtSHES, ADE8, Cnsh, 43-0n TV 13 j W CORNER OF 2D AND C STREETS Ijowiston X. r J? Mme. Le FRANCOIS, Proprietress. TH18 nOTi'.L SO LONG AND WELL knowsi as the strangers home in this dty -, has been rebuilt and much enlarged, and 1 entirely furnished anew, with all the mod ern CUuior(4 unU convuuionuun of « FIRST GLASS HOTEL. I S TS ROOMS ARK SPACIOUS, NEAT and clean. Tile bedrooms are supplied with first class spring beds, and tidy bed ding, and carpeted. The kitchen is a model of a cook room and supervised by a skilled; cook. The table will alwnys be supplied : with all the substantials, as, well as the dal- 1 aeies to be found in flic market. i A good bar is connected with the house , where tlio best brands «f wines, liquors and cigars can always be found. delinquent ^Tax Payers Take I Notice. Owing to the scarcity of money occasion ed by the extremely backward Spring, 1 have concluded to postpone the commence ment of suits for the collection of taxes for a short time, in ordcf to gi-o dcliliqnents an opportunity aud a further and last choice to save ci sts, and I sincerely hope that the) will not let the opportunity pass. J. VV. Pori, 30 District Attorney \4'hy is it the best? Why is what the best? The White Skwinu Machine, be cause it is simpler in construction ami tfU-ie easily operated than any other sewing n»r. eliine in the market. No woman ever got the lock jaw in consequence of running the White Machine as they do iu working some others. Sold by A. Quackeubusli. tf AT Mt. I DAHO I.T. OLIVER, SCHUBERT & CO., A ll torts of blacksmithing and repairing done with neatness ami dispatch. HORBF.SHOKIN.G A SFKC1A L TY, done satisfactorily or no pay. 2 ly MEAT MARKET. New Firm. WARDWELL & SEARS. | Old Stand. Corner of 3d and D streets, Lewiston 1. T. (Icorge Bears is the sucecs sor of C, P. Coburn in this firm, and the business oi sup »plying the people of this city aud vicinity with the best of meat», served in good style, at fair prices, will be the pur p.sc of tl-is new firm, and we solicit a liberal I pafronage. D. Wakpwi.ll, I 4-3t-tf Gbomib Sears. A To llofsc Men l! HAVING HAD CONSTANT Experience with Horte« OF FARM AND TURF , . , Ï WIM, AT ALL TIMES BE FXiCND At my Barbtruhop at ten Rajrtnon J House, will attend to all disons#» hors* is heir to. NO CL'HK, NO PAV. AH wishing hone# broke, •ingle or d >uble will do wsll to sail and see me. Alt. Bdskkn, bun H U. SPR491II« AS AGAIN OPENED SHOP IN C. C. Bunnell's hardware store, where ho is prt -, j,»r«<l to do all kinds of gtm r.nd pistol work 1 nnd general Jobbing, also repairing all kinds of I sewing machinas. 4Stf. HOUSE : 1 i j RAYMOND T0NS0RIAL AND BATIl *0DM. I V ILL AT ALL TIMES KEEP TWO GOOD WORKMEN ____:,a\l f canto Please my.ouspam^rSi , am to make this my fuliira Lome, , a« I I 1 an to I solicit a 43 ly share of Patronage. Al.r. Brxttft. NEW TIN STORE Oran gevlllc I« T. BTOVBS and TIN WARB y^TJobbing and repslriag donsoa shortaotiae. GALVANISED IRON TROUGHS, for watering aud feeding stock. L. 11' FttzaaazL», 4 -3Stf Proprlslor. | THE "stTmUL SCHOOir A Boarding and Bor f^cliool IBr Girls. The Chrlitmti Term 8*|l«i TIIURtUAV. gEPr„*IMS. IT IS IMPORTANT POR EVERY PUPIL TO BE PRESENT The FIRST DAY of the TERM For particulars cal! at (he school ön Poplar streM, lietAu-eh 2d »nil 3d, or address the prindp*rt,'"%3l Mua. Swiubl H. Wklls, 42 3m Walla Walla W. T. NEW BOOT 8b SHOE STORE READY MADE AND MADE TO ORDER Fine and Conroe Wear (tor Men, Women and Children NEW GOODS ........... NEW STYLES. OEOR.GE CLASS, 30 Montgomery st., Lswistoij, I. T. L. P. BROWN, Mount Idaho Hotel Mt« Idaho X. T,